The winning team of the MHS Aeronautical Dolphins has their picture taken after being named winner of the 2014 Real World Design Challenge. The seven-member team was hailed champion in both the state and Pacific competitions, earning the privilege to fly to Washington, D.C. and compete with teams from the rest of the nation. (Contributed photo)
Members of the MHS Aeronautical Dolphins gather for a group photo with their teacher-coach, John Raulerson, left, MHS principal Cherlyn Cabrera, and one of the competition?s judges. The Aeronautical Dolphin?s “The HawkEye 670” was adjudged the Pacific State Real World Design Challenge champion and will advance to Washington, D.C. for the national competition this year. (Contributed photo)
Mount Carmel School?s KON-52 wins second place in the state level 2014 Real World Design Challenge. The team won third place in the Pacific RWDC. Second place went to Guam Islanders from John F. Kennedy High School. (Contributed photo)
Mount Carmel School?s Aviator Knights wins third place in the state level 2014 Real World Design Challenge. (Contributed photo)
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